KNOXVILLE, Tennessee — Longtime Tennessee verbal commitment Dominique Booth, a receiver from Indianapolis, is looking elsewhere.
News Sentinel partner 247Sports reported Sunday night that Booth would be unable to enroll in Tennessee in January.
The Vols have put a priority on getting players in early. Booth said UT coach Butch Jones said there’s a chance he could still sign in February and enroll in the summer, but that seems unlikely. By cutting ties now, Booth has an opportunity to find another opportunity. He mentioned Indiana, Missouri and Texas A&M as possibilities.
As of Saturday, Booth was still tweeting as if he planned to be a member of the Vols’ class. His Twitter background is still decked out in Tennessee logos.
A lot of love still from vol nation…that's a good look
— Dominique Booth (@DDBooth_) December 2, 2013
The Vols now have 32 commitments in their 2014 class. Jones said he hoped to enroll 14 mid-year players in January.
Booth is a four-star receiver in the 247 Composite.
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